TRACC is the Tropical Research and Conservation Centre, a non profit coral reef conservation organization in Sabah, Malaysia (Borneo) which runs marine conservation expeditions (snorkeller or diving) using qualified divers, trainee divers, volunteers & visitors to rebuild coral reefs. We also teach marine biology courses, & conduct marine research projects. All of our work focuses on a coral reef conservation issue and creates solutions. Our current projects are developing a marine protected area working on sharks, – turtles, – reef restoration – photographic record of biodiversity , environmental education and environmental awareness.
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Download volunteer brochure — Pom Pom Project Slightly out of date being updated (PDF)
To book now read Booking a trip or email email@example.com
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Booking to stay at TRACC please use tracc.org
To find out more about TRACC projects search or navigate around this site please use the index which has links to all our activities.
CONSERVATION – Coral planting & reef restoration — Sharks, – Turtles, —- Marine biodiversity of Pom Pom Island
ONGOING PROJECTS – Ocean Acidification – Coral Reference Nursery – Fish Larval Settlement — Biodiversity — Shark & ray Market survey — Student projects — Research projects for student study — Ongoing Research projects 2014
Facebook — Google+ – Our shark protection activity – Volunteers & coral planting – Conservation Volunteer – Volunteer role – Coral planting– Shark Campaign objectives– Shark Conservation – Global Shark Survey – Shark protection organisations – Turtle protection – Photo Gallery –
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